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  • Interesting stats from the game

    Chargers' offense in the first half:

    172 total yards
    13 rushes for 62 yards (4.8 ypc)
    9 of 12 passing for 110 yards
    3rd-down efficiency of 67% (4 of 6)
    Times sacked: 0
    Turnovers: 0

    Chargers' offense in the second half:

    41 total yards
    11 rushes for 17 yards (1.5 ypc)
    6 of 11 passing for 65 yards
    3rd-down efficiency of 0% (0 of 6)
    Times sacked: 4
    Turnovers: 2

    I don't have the stats for QB pressures but it was drastically improved in the second half. Somebody lit a fire under the defense's ass at halftime and they played superb starting with the very first play.

    Miscellaneous Bronco stats:

    3rd-down efficiency: 38% (6 of 16) -- Not incredible but a vast improvement from last week.
    Red-zone efficiency: 33% (1 of 3) -- Kind of sad that we only got 3 red zone trips

    Punt return avg: 16.2 yards per return, would have been even better if not for that stupid penalty

    Punting avg: 44 yards per punt, need to be better for the supposedly best leg in the NFL and now punting at a mile high

    Tomlinson with 0 receptions, kind of odd for a guy that had over 100 receptions 2 years ago

    3 fumbles are too much even though we only lost one of them. Ball security is crucial!
    Originally posted by Champ Bailey
    "We've got a great defense, a great front-seven," Bailey said. "There's no way we shouldn't play the way we did in the second half every week."
    If he's right, I like our chances.
    "You can't take the sky from me..."
    ------
    "You can't shake the Devil's hand and say you're only kidding"

  • #2
    Originally posted by Javalon
    Punting avg: 44 yards per punt, need to be better for the supposedly best leg in the NFL and now punting at a mile high
    Its not all about average length. He had 3 punts and all 3 ended up inside the 20. Pretty damn good if you ask me. He also did well on kickoffs.

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    • #3
      ^I agree. Instead of booting it out of the endzone for a touchback, I'd rather see him get a lot of hangtime on it and let it get a good bounce inside the 20.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BroncoAvsFan
        Its not all about average length. He had 3 punts and all 3 ended up inside the 20. Pretty damn good if you ask me. He also did well on kickoffs.
        That's a good point. But there was room to spare on each of those. Bah, maybe I'm being too picky.
        "You can't take the sky from me..."
        ------
        "You can't shake the Devil's hand and say you're only kidding"

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        • #5
          Punting avg: 44 yards per punt, need to be better for the supposedly best leg in the NFL and now punting at a mile high
          He had excellent hang time.


          My adopted Bronco is Chris Kuper. Huzzah!

          I am the raid leader for this World of Warcraft guild. Yay us!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by PatrickdaDookie
            He had excellent hang time.
            Hey, I already said I was probably being too picky. Man, everybody is stuck on that one thing.
            "You can't take the sky from me..."
            ------
            "You can't shake the Devil's hand and say you're only kidding"

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